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Substantial rise in premiums ‘probably exaggerated,’ expert claims

Premiums likely won't increase by double-digits in 2015, according to actuaries.
April 23rd, 2014

There’s some good news to report on the direction of premiums next year for agents worried that substantial price hikes might affect health leads. According to the latest analysis,┬ácoverage may not be as costly as some have forecast.

California ground zero for fuel-efficient vehicle intrigue

California has a lot of motorists who make fuel-efficient driving a priority.
April 23rd, 2014

With more people living in California than any other state, leads for insurance agents in the Golden State are quite abundant, specifically auto insurance leads. But there’s one type of car that a substantial number of motorists like to drive more than most – those that are fuel-efficient.

How to use exchange-based coverage

HealthCare.gov has a website that provides details on how to consumers can use their coverage  selected via the marketplaces.
April 22nd, 2014

The federal government recently established a “how-to” website, detailing the ways in which enrollees can put their plans to work.

Small percentage of Americans have health insurance for first time

Roughly 2 percent of newly insured Americans selected coverage through the exchanges.
April 22nd, 2014

Only 4 percent of Americans are newly insured in 2014, according to survey research firm Gallup.

Health costs highest in U.S., report reveals

Health costs in the U.S. are more expensive than any other country, according to a new report from the International Federation of Health Plans.
April 21st, 2014

Despite the efforts public officials have made in aiming to reduce the cost of health coverage, medical treatment services are more expensive in the U.S. than any other country, based on the results of a recent world report.

Life insurance purchase volume falls in March

Life insurance application volume dropped by 4 percent in March compared to year-ago levels.
April 21st, 2014

Leads for insurance agents didn’t result in a substantial number of sales in the month of March, according to newly released statistics.

Young adults highly interested in health law, poll finds

Young adults - a key demographic for the Affordable Care Act to be sustainable - are showing more interest in the health reform law.
April 18th, 2014

While leads for insurance agents come from people of all ages, a new poll suggests that young adults are among those who are at least looking into the prospect of buying a health plan.

Study: Medicare Advantage plans more thorough than standard Medicare

Medicare Advantage beneficiaries tend to have more coverage options than those who only get Medicare Parts A and B, according to new research.
April 17th, 2014

It’s little wonder that Medicare Advantage leads are as abundant as they are, especially considering a new report that reveals it tends to be more all-encompassing than original Medicare plans.

Uninsured rate drops appreciably in 21 states

Medicaid expansion and the exchanges has brought the uninsured rate down in nearly half of the U.S. by close to 3 percent.
April 17th, 2014

Though sentiment is decidedly mixed regarding the Affordable Care Act, the number of people who don’t have coverage continues to fall, made possible by health leads, Medicaid expansion and exchanges operated at the state and federal level, recent survey data suggests.

Poll: Americans like their health care, not everyone else’s

Most Americans are very satisfied with their health care services, but they aren't as positive about the system as a whole.
April 16th, 2014

Numerous polls have shown that despite being in place for four years, the Affordable Care Act is looked upon more disfavorably than favorably among consumers. Interestingly, however, when asked to grade the coverage they receive, the vast majority give it high marks – a strong indication that agents are making good on their health leads.